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Ghetto Living - The Mighty Diamonds. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Top classic tune by the Mighty Diamonds, produced by the Mighty Twos Joe Gibbs & Errol Thompson back in 1976. You can find it on the album 'The online to The Mighty Diamonds - Ghetto Living and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and Living 1976. Album by The Mighty Diamonds. Ghetto Living. was remixed in. Freedom Call by Joe Gibbs 1978. The Mighty Diamonds. Released: Jul classic tune by the Mighty Diamonds, produced by the Mighty Twos Joe Gibbs & Errol Thompson back in 1976. You can find it on the album 'The Mighty Twos' released by Heartbeat Records in 1992, and also on Trojan's Roots boxset. Has been played on. Belgium 10. Reggae Connection. United States 6. Mighty Diamonds. Поп, Регги 2013. Back Whey. Right Time. Have Mercy. Just Can't Figure Out. Jah Jah Bless The Dreadlocks. Jail House. Country Living. Songs in album The Mighty Diamonds - Live In Europe 1989. The Mighty Diamonds - Party Time. The Mighty Diamonds - The Real Enemy. The Mighty Diamonds - Country Living. The Mighty Diamonds - I Don't Mind. The Mighty Diamonds - Mr. The Mighty Diamonds - Right Time. The Mighty Diamonds - Have Mercy. The Mighty Diamonds - Africa. The Mighty Diamonds - I Need A Roof. Mighty Diamonds are a Jamaican harmony trio, recording roots reggae with a strong Rastafarian influence. The group was formed in 1969 and remained together as of 2012. They are best known for their 1976 debut album Right Time produced by Joseph Hoo Kim and the 1979 release Deeper Roots. Formed in 1969 in the Trenchtown area of Kingston, the group comprises lead vocalist Donald Tabby Shaw, and harmony vocalists Fitzroy Bunny Simpson and Lloyd Judge Ferguson. They had become friends at school in. Having grown up in a Two by Two, the Mighty Diamonds are still trying to escape Ghetto Living on this sumptuous single overseen by the Mighty Two. The production duo of Joe Gibbs and Errol Thompson set this song to a powerful rhythm with razor sharp beats and deeply throbbing bass, but the rich organ solos yank the song out of a typical deep roots groove. The rhythm might be island bound, but the Diamonds' ghetto has a more universal appeal, and here the trio takes its cue from contemporary American soul groups à la the Stylistics